Oil Drilling Accident Creates Mud Volcano - Flowing Steady for Four Years





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Uploaded on Jul 13, 2010

There are many active volcanoes in the area rimming the Gulf of Mexico, too. On May 29th, near simutaneous volcanoes erupted in Ecuador and Guatemala, at the top and bottom regions of Central America.

READ: A Tale of Two Muddy Oil Volcanoes - 2006 Indonesia & 2010 Gulf of Mexico *OMINOUS PARALLELS*

This is the BP gulf "spill accident" nightmare scenario. What if the flow can't be stopped?

After four years, spewing about 100,000 tons a day, the Lusi mud volcano in East Java shows no signs of letting up. Initially linked to an earthquake, the spill is now being linked to drilling.
Those in the United States who are wondering just how long the ruptured oil well in the Gulf of Mexico could possibly keep gushing should listen to Sualeha's cautionary tale.


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